2018 ACS IT Journalism Awards photos - the winnersBy Craig Daveson in Media News on Tuesday, 27th March 2018 at 11:02am
Presented by Oisin O'Callaghan of Watterson Marketing Communications
Best Dressed Female - Claire Reilly
Best Dressed Male - Alex Kidman
Best New Journalist - Nico Arboleda
Best Gaming Journalist - David Milner
Presented by Angela Coombes of NEC Australia
Best Technology Issues Journalist - Claire Reilly
Best Technical Journalist - David Braue
Best Columnist - Mark Pesce
Presented by Harvey Stockbridge of CeBIT Australia & Hannover Fairs
Best Business Coverage - Which-50
Best Business Journalist - Paul Smith
Best News Coverage - iTnews
Presented by Aniela Patterson of Belkin
Best Consumer Technology Journalist - Seamus Byrne
Best Consumer Technology Coverage - ZDNet
Best Gaming Coverage - IGN Australia
Pioneer of IT Media - Peter Blasina
Presented by Ashton Mills and Roulla Yiacoumi of the ACS
ACS Award for Achievement in Investigative Journalism - Paul Farrell
Presented by Philip Sim of MediaConnect
Best Corporate Content - Brian Corrigan
Best Media Relations - David Wolf, Closer Communications
Presented by Yohan Ramasundara of the ACS
Best Journalist - Paul Smith
Best Title - Which-50
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